Replacement Brake Units - General Information

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We make these units to your specification so that they match with your existing unit perfectly. No messing about on site trying to make them fit.


Elevator Equipment Ltd can now supply high quality kits for converting older type elevator drives to a
dual circuit braking system.
By retrofitting such a braking system, one obtains a performance that matches the specifications of EN81-80
and other control specifications. Our manufacturer has many years experience in this field and you can be assured that
these conversion kits are of exceptionally high quality. Other important advantages are that they can easily be fitted on
site, with the minimum amount of fuss and that they give long-lasting reliability and safety.

All we need are the following.

* Photographs. As many as possible would be good.

* Machine type. We may already know your machine and have all the drawings on file. The pdf files below show a selection of manufacturers for whom we have provided replacement brake units in the past. Alternately send us the make, type and serial number of your machine.

* Drum size.

* Coil voltage

* And any other relevant information. I.e. do you need new shoes or are you keeping existing? Are there any
special modifications that you need?

Based on this information, we will be able to manufacture the perfect replacement brake unit.

Our modification kits are equipped with solenoids of Alfred Kuhse GmbH and usually designed for 200V DC and 40% duty cycle. The design of our modification kits are based on the original specifications of the drive manufacturer. Other versions of solenoids as well as modification kits can be supplied on request. Please contact us before ordering.

We naturally offer support on all special versions of 'standard' drive units.

All brakes are made to customer specifications and are therefor non-returnable.

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